Aug 12, 2020  
2018-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2020 Undergraduate Catalog

Urban Arts, Visual Arts Concentration, BS


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Urban Arts Major Requirements


The Urban Arts major prepares students to contribute to the planning and redevelopment of urban areas by creating and participating in organizations that produce, exhibit, perform, and disseminate programs in the visual and performing arts and in organizations that can employ the arts to enrich the cognitive, affective, and behavioral experiences of those who live and/or work in urban environments.

The interdisciplinary focus of the program includes courses in the visual and performing arts and in the methods of presenting public programs in the arts, as well as courses in communication, economics, and urban sociology.

Graduates of Coppin's Urban Arts major are fully cognizant of the physical, economic, social, and artistic infrastructures that undergird urban cultures. These graduates are prepared to work with the people who live in urban environments to enrich their lives and the lives of their communities through the arts.

Level I (Freshman)


Level II (Sophomore)


Level III (Junior)


Fall Semester


Total Semester Credits: 15


Spring Semester


  • ART XXX - Art History Option 3 Credit(s)
  • ART XXX - Art History Option 3 Credit(s)
  • General Elective 3 Credit(s)
  • General Elective 3 Credit(s)
  • General Elective 3 Credit(s)

Total Semester Credits: 15


Level IV (Senior)


Fall Semester


Total Semester Credits: 15


Spring Semester


Total Semester Credits: 15


Total Credits: 122


*General Education Requirement

**University Graduation Requirement

Major Course

Or any 2 part 200 level History or any ENGL 200 level or above

BIOL 101  or BIOL 107  or CHEM 101  or PHSC 101  or PHSC 103  

PHIL 103  or PHIL 102  

† or IDIS 103  or any Foreign Language or ART 105  or MUSC 201  or DANC 226  or THEA 211  

‡ or any 3 credit Health course, or SPCH 202  or SPCH 204  or GEOG 102  

General Elective - any University course

Program Elective - any non-required course within the discipline

NOTE: Please consult a program advisor to discuss course options.

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